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Are smokers more likely to catch COVID-19?
Experts call for health and climate change warning labels on petrol pumps
Time to scale-up prevention over detection of skin cancers
Concerns over “exaggerated” study claims of AI outperforming doctors
Acupuncture can reduce migraine headaches
Regular tub bathing linked to lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease
Infections still responsible for 1 in 5 childhood deaths in England and Wales
Making team briefings happen in operating theatres
Medical student wins highly competitive scholarship to intern with top Medical Journal
Food prices after a hard Brexit could increase by £50 per week
Big drop in global drownings – but not for our neighbours
Designing a smoking cessation intervention
Improved access to Midwifery Units is urgently needed, says new study
Artificial womb technology research calls for pregnancy law reform
Zinc lozenges did not shorten duration of colds
Reasons to eat nuts all year round
Patients at risk because NHS hospitals using different record-keeping systems
BMJ switches to more environmentally friendly wrapping
Any amount of running linked to significantly lower risk of death
Article co-authored by Michele Polacsek published in one of world’s oldest general medical journals
BMJ launches new open access journal on integrated care
Switching to ‘green’ inhalers could reduce carbon emissions and cut costs, study suggests
Girls much more likely to be admitted to hospital after self harm than boys
Stress related disorders linked to subsequent risk of severe infections
Anorexia nervosa among young children in UK and Ireland on up
An ‘unprecedented’ rise in infant mortality in England linked to poverty
NHS Trusts must tackle stress and burnout among health professionals
Lollies, vitamins and fish-shaped sauce containers hit MRI mark
Burnet helps build WHO maternal health guidelines
Medical research ranked higher by people receiving health-related news while they wait
UW study: Major surgery is associated with minor cognitive decline
Retractions for genetics studies around 8 times higher than for other life science disciplines
Individual non-invasive tests not sufficient to diagnose important complication of brain injury
Study highlights need for more discussions about child organ donation
Around one in 20 patients are affected by preventable harm
BMJ launches new open access neurology journal
Cataract blindness significantly more common in women than men in India
Fall in GP antibiotic prescribing has been slowest for older patients and those with
Experts question WHO advice to reduce saturated fat to curb chronic disease
UK MPs more likely to have mental health issues than general public, survey shows
Menstrual symptoms linked to nearly 9 days of lost productivity through presenteeism every
Being a “morning person” linked to lower risk of breast cancer
University researchers improve classification of pancreatic cancer to better predict patient
Research shows poor awareness amongst women of alcohol’s role in breast cancer
Increasing red meat intake linked with heightened risk of death
Persistent poverty affects one in five UK children
Male victims of domestic abuse face significant barriers to getting help
New Preprint Server for Health Sciences Announced Today by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory